Just a short report..
Went fishing inside Botany Bay on a Saturday 2 weeks ago. Launched from foreshore rd boat ramp at around midday. For the first few hours, there were either no bites or baby snapper bites. It was a stormy day out in the west, which moved towards the bay. Strong winds (32 knots approx), heavy rain, and large swells and waves rocked the boat spinning it in circles. We quickly headed further to shore, in only 2-3 metres of water. Why 3m you may ask?? because that's where the waves were less choppy. Started putting our lines out with no bites. Suddenly... BANG BANG BANG. Big Trevallies taking the line non stop. The trevallies continued to bite non stop - bagged out within 3 hours on 40 trevs (4 people on board). Couple flatties as well. Also the lightning show was pretty spectacular.
Certainly a great day out despite not being able to fish for months due to my son studying and school and all that.
Will certainly go out again.. (can't submit pictures due to size)